At first, Medro Johnson tried to shrug it off.
The African American employee of Sears Home Improvement Products in Natomas was at an August 2008 company barbecue with his family, court records say. A co-worker walked up and blurted a racial slur, issued with a "slave dialect." (Read more)
Response: And some folks do not think racial harassment is alive and well today. Some are acting out simply because they don’t like “Our” President. So many folks have got this type of treatment just because we have a black President. I am glad this man pushed the issue and made them pay. Curmilus Dancy II – DCN Publisher